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By Henry Elliot

Following the passage of a legislation that made it against the law to help within the get away of slaves, Stowe lent her activities and her phrases to the trouble to aid slaves and positioned an finish to slavery. She actively aided fugitive slaves and, with the ebook of the anti-slavery novel Uncle Toms Cabin, centred the international locations attention at the inhumanity of slavery.

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Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe. BiblioBazaar, 2006. Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Young Folks Edition. IndyPublish, 2005. htm Official site of the Anti-Slavery Society. Provides classroom projects, history, and current news stories about slavery. com/ Videos, books, My Space and Facebook pages dedicated to ending slavery in the world today. Information about religious groups and artists united in the cause against slavery. org/life/ Official site of the Harriet Beecher Stowe House and Library in Hartford, Connecticut.

Meanwhile, finding himself deep in debt, Mr. Shelby regretfully decides to sell Tom and little Harry to a slave trader. Slave traders buy slaves from one owner and sell them to another. For them, it’s all business. They buy low, sell high, and make a profit. With this sale, Tom will be separated from his family and Harry will be separated from his mother. They may never see each other again. Desperate, Eliza grabs her little boy and makes a daring escape. An Enduring Symbol of Heroism and Heartache The image of Eliza, crossing the frozen river and clutching her son, became an emotional symbol of the heroism of runaway slaves.

Records show that Frederick never got off the ship in Chile. Instead he sailed all the way back to San Francisco. Frederick was 30 years old. He was never heard from again. Calvin and Hatty refused to believe he had died. They lived the rest of their lives hoping they would see dear Frederick again. The Stowes’ daughter Georgiana (1843–1890) was Hatty’s model for the character of Topsy in Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Topsy was a young slave child, an example of pure innocence. About the same time as Frederick’s disappearance, “Georgie” started using morphine, a strong painkiller.

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